Johnny Inman
1950 - 2019
October 20, 1950
August 28, 2019
Loving husband, father, grandfather, and great grandfather, Johnny "Jay" Inman went home to be with Jesus.
Jay was born in Champagne, IL. He grew up on the AF Academy and was a long time resident of Black Forest. Jay and his wife Carol moved to Colorado's western slope after losing their home in the fire of 2013.
Jay is survived by his parents, JJ and Marjory Inman; sister, Cindy Sadler; wife of 44 years, Carol Inman; children, Joseph Inman (Carrie), Daniel Inman (Cassandra) and Therese Inman (Garett); grandchildren, Abreaze, Seth, Moss, Hailey, Alder and Ocean, and great granddaughter, Ziyah.
He loved Jesus and was a member of the Black Forest Chapel. He worked as an arborist, a wildland firefighter, a videographer at Digital Equipment, owned his own business, Inman Brothers Removal and Recycling, and was a volunteer firefighter and board member, of the Crawford Fire Department.
A memorial service will be held Sept 7th at 2PM at the Mountain View Bible Church, 8733 3100 Rd, Lazear, CO 81420
Keep on the Sunny Side!
Jay, Dad, Grandpa & Papa
We will miss you!
Much Butterflies!

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Published by The Gazette on Sep. 4, 2019.
Memorial service
Mountain View Bible Church
8733 3100 Rd, Lazear, CO
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To Carol and sorry to hear of Jay's passing. My very deepest condolences to you all. May God bless you and comfort you in this sad time.
Mary Vigil
September 6, 2019
With love and sympathy to you Carol and family. Celebrate the life you shared with Jay.
Dawne Harrison
September 6, 2019
Working in the CXO1 Model Shop, and John being the V W(Volkswagen)
specialist, we got to talk quite a bit about cars and solving there problems. I would occasionally bump into him at the CSPD impound car auctions. We both admired one another mechanical knowledge. Sad to say the last time I spoke to him was when he was signed up as a volunteer to sweep the gravel on the turns up at the Pikes Peak Hill Climb some time ago. So long friend. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.
John (john k.) kosatschkow
September 6, 2019
I was very saddened to hear of Mr. Inman's passing. While it seems an eternity has passed since the last time my brother Ryan and I spent time with your family I still have very fond and vivid memories of the weekends you had us over to you property in Black Forrest. My thoughts are with Joey, Danny and the rest of your family. My god grant you peace and strength in dealing with your grief. God Bless
Jason Anderson
September 6, 2019
Jay was a wonderful colleague for all of us at Digital in Colorado Springs. He was kind, always had a smile, and was a friend to those who worked with him. I was sad to hear this sad news today. Warmest wishes to the family at this time of loss...
Debbie Reid
September 5, 2019
Rest in God's heavenly Realm.My Sincere Condolences
Tippi Manning
September 5, 2019
Diana Billheimer
September 5, 2019
When we first started using video conferencing on the DEC network in the 1980's, Jay was the master who got things scheduled, organized and working for us. When we had presentations for clients visiting CXO3, he made sure things were hooked up and working so the visits went off without a hitch. He was a great colleague and a good friend.
Greg Liverman
September 5, 2019
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